‘PRINTMAKING AT THE EDGE’
Richard Noyce, A&C Black (London), April 2006, reprinted 2008, 2010, 2013 ISBN 9780713667844
This book is about the condition and direction of printmaking in the early years of the 21st century. It features the work of 45 artists from 16 countries around the world who challenge many of the conventional notions of printmaking. There is an illustrated profile of each artist and a wide variety of techniques and mediums are explored. The introductory chapters set the scene for considering printmaking within the global cultural context and offer some controversial views of the place of the visual arts in society.
Since its publication ‘Printmaking at the Edge’ has been widely welcomed, and is included in the libraries of many educational institutions around the world. Its popularity has led to the book being reprinted several times.
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Order from Bloomsbury, London (link)